Tamsin Sandiford
Tamsin Sandiford


Tamsin Sandiford joined Chambers in October 2023 following the successful completion of a specialist Personal Injury/Employment pupillage.

Tamsin is instructed in a wide range of employment and personal injury matters, including:

  • Final hearings, including multi-day hearings, in the employment tribunal
  • Fast Track trials
  • Preliminary hearings in the employment tribunal
  • Judicial mediation and dispute resolution
  • Small claims hearings
  • Stage 3 and infant approval hearings
  • Applications and directions hearings
  • Written advice on liability, quantum and merits

She also recently acted for the Claimant in the EAT case of Rice v Wicked Vision Ltd, which concerned vicarious liability in whistleblowing detriment cases.

Tamsin read History at the University of Cambridge, obtaining a 2:1, before converting to Law via MA Law, in which she achieved a Distinction. She was awarded a Lord Denning Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn and an Advocacy Scholarship from the University of Law in order to study the Bar course. She achieved a Very Competent in her BPC and a Distinction in her LLM in Bar Practice.

In her free time, Tamsin can be found watching football, in a ballet class, or at the gym.


History – 2:1 (University of Cambridge)

MA Law – Distinction

LLM in Bar Practice – Distinction

Bar Practice Course – Very Competent

Tamsin Sandiford

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